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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  June 2016  


Welcome to Model Engineers' Workshop June 2016 (Issue 242). Issue 242 of Model Engineers’ Workshop is a another great read for every hobby engineer!

A FOUR INCH FIXED STEADY FOR A MYFORD ML7: Ian Strickland make a seriously robust steady for his lathe.

PHOTO ETCHING IN THE WORKSHOP: A step by step approach detailed by Tony Hagon.

BUTTON BORING: A traditional toolroom technique from Georgineer

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO DIGITAL READOUTS: Peter king in New Zealand offers an introduction.

ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE: Robert Knox describes his Myford ML10.

A DIGITAL DIVIDING DEVICE FOR THE LATHE: Tony Hills uses a rotary encoder for a different approach.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE: John pace moves on to detailing the construction of his toolpost miller.

POWER FEED FOR A MARLOW MILLING MACHINE: David Shrimpton fitted a commercial unit to his Bridgeport-style mill.

A VERSATILE GRINDER FROM SCRAP: Back from his latest dustbin-diving expedition, Mark Noel resurfaces with a useful addition to the workshop inventory.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE: A toolpost mounted milling spindle plus plenty of sage advice from John Pace in this new build series.

AN IMPROVED SINGLE TO THREE PHASE CONVERTER: Frank Brown experimented to achieve a better match between his converter and his motor.

THE TWO HOLE FILING REST: This simple but useful accessory from Robert Bailey is an ideal beginner’s project.

CNC WITHOUT NUMBERS: Glenn Bunt encourages readers to take the conversational programming approach.

DOORS FOR A WORKSHOP EXTENSION: Stan Nesbitt built a workshop extension and needed large yet secure doors.

On The Cover: Robert Knox’s Myford ML10 presents a very different look to the seven-series lathes.

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This superb magazine deals with machines, materials, processes and techniques for precision metalwork. It's a must read for the serious model engineering hobbyists
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine   |   June 2016   


Welcome to Model Engineers' Workshop June 2016 (Issue 242). Issue 242 of Model Engineers’ Workshop is a another great read for every hobby engineer!

A FOUR INCH FIXED STEADY FOR A MYFORD ML7: Ian Strickland make a seriously robust steady for his lathe.

PHOTO ETCHING IN THE WORKSHOP: A step by step approach detailed by Tony Hagon.

BUTTON BORING: A traditional toolroom technique from Georgineer

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO DIGITAL READOUTS: Peter king in New Zealand offers an introduction.

ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE: Robert Knox describes his Myford ML10.

A DIGITAL DIVIDING DEVICE FOR THE LATHE: Tony Hills uses a rotary encoder for a different approach.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE: John pace moves on to detailing the construction of his toolpost miller.

POWER FEED FOR A MARLOW MILLING MACHINE: David Shrimpton fitted a commercial unit to his Bridgeport-style mill.

A VERSATILE GRINDER FROM SCRAP: Back from his latest dustbin-diving expedition, Mark Noel resurfaces with a useful addition to the workshop inventory.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE: A toolpost mounted milling spindle plus plenty of sage advice from John Pace in this new build series.

AN IMPROVED SINGLE TO THREE PHASE CONVERTER: Frank Brown experimented to achieve a better match between his converter and his motor.

THE TWO HOLE FILING REST: This simple but useful accessory from Robert Bailey is an ideal beginner’s project.

CNC WITHOUT NUMBERS: Glenn Bunt encourages readers to take the conversational programming approach.

DOORS FOR A WORKSHOP EXTENSION: Stan Nesbitt built a workshop extension and needed large yet secure doors.

On The Cover: Robert Knox’s Myford ML10 presents a very different look to the seven-series lathes.

Plus all our regulars!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine magazine print subscription.
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